Amazing Adventures (2nd Series)

 AMA2   (Marvel, 1961)

™ and ©1961 Atlas Magazines, Inc.

(From The Slings & Arrows Comic Guide)

Dr. Droom was the feature connecting issues of Amazing Adventures’ first run. Droom was a bargain-basement mystic seen by some as a putative Dr. Strange, being written by Stan Lee and drawn by Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko (with the exception of the Ditko-less issue #5). Although appearing in every issue, he was never cover-featured, the covers instead depicting one of the standard mystery stories inside. Truth be told, his stories were no better than the surrounding material, but once the cult of Marvel hit full pelt in the 1970s he was revived as the more fortunately named Dr. Druid. After six issues Marvel changed the title to Amazing Adult Fantasy.

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#1

  6/1/1961
  $0.10
  $1,175.00
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1st Appearance of Dr. Droom; Origin of Doctor DroomStan LeeSteve Ditko, Jack Kirby

#2

  7/1/1961
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Dr. DroomStan LeeSteve Ditko, Jack Kirby

#3

  8/1/1961
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  $430.00
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Dr. DroomStan LeeSteve Ditko, Jack Kirby

#4

  9/1/1961
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 Stan LeeSteve Ditko, Jack Kirby

#5

  10/1/1961
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  $360.00
1 copy available for $29.00
 Stan LeeSteve Ditko, Jack Kirby, Don Heck

#6

  11/1/1961
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  $390.00
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Series continued in Amazing Adult Fantasy #7Stan LeeSteve Ditko, Jack Kirby, Paul Reinman